Principle of Entropy
The Principle of Entropy has complex origins and effects that are easy to understand and notice. This Principle has its origin in the Cycles of the Universe and represents a phase of the Cycle, the other being its symmetric Principle, the Principle of Sintropy. It is a subordinate to the Principle of Time, thus it applies to the phenomenon’s that occur in the past.
According to this Principle, all organized forms or matter or information request more energy than those less organized. Thus all things tend to lose their order and their initial energy, unless they are constantly fueled by energy. Warm things will get cold, objects deteriorate, life ends, and everything else is damaged by this Principle. A window breaks and transforms into an unorganized form of matter, but broken shards will never turn into a window if not fueled by energy (work, time etc). This Principle applies to everything from common physics to abstract matters like the evolution of a business, that turns into failure if it doesn’t receive investments of energy, money etc.
The entire Universe stretches its borders into infinity and the energy within it dilutes, like dye in water, influencing every occurring event.
The influences of this Principle do not have limits; an object can be eroded in time or disintegrated in seconds. Just like the origins of this phenomenon, if the entire process of energy consumption is controlled, the effects of Entropy can be accelerated or decelerated.
At more advanced levels, awareness of the facts that energy is diluted or randomly spent will exist. This will lead to techniques of unavoidable constant destruction or manipulating the speed with which Entropy acts, thus increasing the longevity of a system of any nature.
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